"The University of Nevada, Reno is committed to fostering a campus environment that respects, supports and values all members of its diverse learning community. Recognizing that equality, inclusiveness and diversity are core values for our University, we must always strive to deepen our understanding and sensitivity regarding all perspectives surrounding diversity, which is one of the most defining issues of our time." - President Marc JohnsonLearn about campus diversity
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It means you’ll have access to a broad range of degrees and programs taught by highly accomplished faculty. You’ll be surrounded by a student body that can motivate and inspire you. Most of all, it means you’re going to get a great education at the University of Nevada, Reno.
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Engineering students design, build and race against the nation’s best. Concrete CanoeDance students take part in several performances each year. Dance ConcertsFor more than a decade, the University’s Office of Undergraduate Research has been helping undergraduates get real, hands-on research experience.
From finding faculty mentors to writing funding proposals, the office has supported hundreds of students from majors ranging from computer science to foreign languages and literatures. Undergraduate ResearchStudents display their artwork both on- and off-campus. Art on DisplayStudent teams compete for $50,000 to fund their business idea. SontagStudents produce real content for local print, TV and radio outlets. Nevada Media AllianceEngineering students pass on their passion to local K-12 students. Mobile Engineering Education LabStudents craft and pitch a marketing plan to a national brand. Integrated Marketing Competition Team
Undergraduates are given unique access to cadavers, a vital step in gaining access to graduate programs. Dissection TeamBluePRint Agency provides real world experience and results. Reynolds School offers PR servicesThe Music Department offers more than 25 ensembles each semester. Student Musicians NeededCommunity health sciences students bring health education and water filtration. Health Education to the SlumsTheatre students regularly work onstage and backstage at the festival. Lake Tahoe Shakespeare FestivalCommunity Health Sciences collection and distribution project to orphans in Kenya. Kenya OutreachIntegrating the campus, classroom and community. Service Learning and Civic EngagementStudents implement sustainable water projects that empower communities. Student Association for International Water Issues